The University Affairs VPs from all Federated bodies voted to support the recommendations.
Wolfe is VP University affairs of the SFUO and is a staunch supporter of the CFS.
He says these debates come down to statements without specifics.
Faris Lehn interrupts. He says "What you are saying, is in the report."
The Chair, Federico Carvajal rules the point out of order.
Seamus Wolfe continues. "Things are heard down the grapevine, without specific examples."
Repeats that it is in the report.
Federico Carvajal asking the board members to keep things short. And to avoid referring to people by first name. "Member opposite" is the new terminology used by Wolfe, instead of Ryan Kennery.
Finally, Wolfe says the number of people from the outside, allowed on campus, will be regulated in the committee before the referendum. He says it is only fair to give access to the CFS. And says everything will be taken care of in the committee.
PHOTO COURTESY OF JASON A. CHIU. THE CFS VOTE BLOG EXCLUSIVE.